Four young Santa Clarita Valley residents marched down Wilshire Boulevard Tuesday evening, holding signs and shouting slogans along with hundreds of fellow Palestinian supporters.
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A tractor trailer and at least five cars were involved in the traffic collision at about 2 p.m. today that sent nine to the hospital and forced closure of all five northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Highway 138 for more than two hours Wednesday, said Judy Gish, Caltrans public information officer.
By Michelle Lovato
The CalArts Community Arts Partnership "Food For Thought" program received a John Anson Ford Human Relations Award from the County of Los Angeles Commission on Human Relations.
Local cheerleaders tumble into action at the X-treme Competition Kick-off Nov. 8 at Hart High School.
Prosecutors declined to file felony child molestation charges against a former high school counselor who allegedly had sexual relationships with two male students.
The Galluccio family doesn't look much different than most American families - except two dads head the household.
William Schaeffler said "no" to a Los Angeles County District Attorney's plea offer, setting up showdown in court today, Schaeffler's attorney said Wednesday.
The Santa Clarita City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to direct city staff to meet with the more than 10 speakers who voiced their concerns about how the local public access television channel would be managed.
Name: Flo Lawrence
Name: Lori Bennett
Name: Mary Kunak
Name: James Robert Idleman
Name: Gary J. Lysik
A community meeting to discuss the proposed California high-speed rail system is scheduled for Thursday, June 5 in Newhall.
Top-producing commercial real estate brokers in the Santa Clarita Valley were recognized by the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (AP) - In an overwhelming vote, the House moved the U.S. closer to ending the National Security Agency's bulk collection of Americans' phone records Thursday, the most significant demonstration to date of leaker Edward Snowden's impact on the debate over privacy versus security.